The present Hurlburt/Paul cottage was built in 1891 by E.B. Bailey of Burlington, and sold to Mrs. Helen Doutney of Burlington in June of 1904. There the Doutneys, the Simmon's and the Johnsons enjoyed and enlivened the Point and its young folk. In 1912 the cottage was sold to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Caldwell of Brooklyn, New York. The property is still held in that same family more than 80 years later.
The Caldwell's daughter, Mrs. John W. Drye, inherited it in 1950 and shared it with her husband, children, and three grandchildren until her death in 1975. The house passed to her husband, John Drye, who was one of the dedicated cadre of golfers on the Point until his death. In 1979 the camp passed to their daughter, Anne Paul. She and her husband Ted and their three sons enjoyed it until Ted's passing in 1984. In 1992 Anne married Dick Hurlburt, and they and their sons and their families continue to enjoy the Point each summer. There are a lot of people in the house and many boats in the bay!